$500,000 to Uja’s Israel Education Fund; $400,000 to American Technion Society

A gift of $500,000 to the Israel Education Fund of the United Jewish Appeal, has been announced by Charles J. Bensley, president, and Dr. Aryeh Nesher, executive director. The gift, made by Mr. and Mrs. Alan H. Ginsburg of Lansing, Michigan, has been earmarked for the construction of a multi-stage nautical school in Caesarea, Israel. A major advance in the computer science program at the Technion–Israel Institute of Technology will be made possible by a gift of $400,000 from Henry and Joseph Taub of Clifton, New Jersey to the American Technion Society. Jacob Walter Ullmann, president of the Society, said the gift will enable the construction of an enlarged computer facility at Technion City, in Haifa. The new facility will be named “The Taub Computer Center.”

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